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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1914 THF LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKAJ.D PAGE THHEB Brilliant Football Match Staged at Taber Last Night-Scored a Goal Apiece One of the swellest games of1 the played m tlie uty and district footbaH ledgue jcste da> at Tafcer, when the Lethbndgg C allies qlashed iuUi the laber eleven m i match The result was a tlraw, one goal to one Bone, tlie celebrated centre forv, ir 1 of tlie Gailies scoied the first goal ot (the game n thn secord halt Tht first fall tlic ball get might> close )to the Scoring point but the cnprei> soft were alwa'vs turned back at the critical moment The second and equalizing goal was mide-by Tabcx in the moments cf 1ho game, and when the gioom of approaching night enveloped the field Calhe supporters are positne of the MEDICINE HAT vs. LETHBRIDGE Bennett Shield; Game Here.August 22 The draw for the Bennett Shield has been made, and Lethbridgo has been drawn to play, Medicines Hat at Leth- bridge on August 22, This is tile first time that Medicine Hat has been entered in tlie Bennett Shield competi- tion. which was originated to establish the championship of soccer tootball in Alberta. Chicago, Aug. Joe .Jackson has assumed tiie leadership of- the Am- erican League batters. The Cleveland slugger, with an average of .3aC, and Bridie Collins, Philadelphia, v ith ,315, are ahead of Cohb, Ihc JJctlolt star, with .342. Next come BnUrr, Philadelphia, d38 I ourn rr, Chita-, y) i28 Cree, 'ves r SpeaUr Boston, 321 forj, i e- troil, .3211; C. Walter, tit. Lull; .311 Mclnnis, Philadelonia, .Sit', Pliiiadolphia, with -26li, and Washing- ton. with .319, lead the elubs. I Collins and Maiicl, N arc ahead .in stolen, bases will] tliir- ty-eight each. Leonard, Boston, with sixteen wins and three defeats Uen- der, Philadelphia with. nine aril iwo, anil Plank, Philadelphia with 13 and 3, lead the pitchers. r.rACrl D BMLh'? ]ust released oj 'ie i ooK Calcin, 13 dunrg the third daj of the UfrerU U-ruis chani pionslups was on a par with that club, holds the lead in tho first two and already the close followers of the game are be- ginning to pick out the prooable fin m the Carious events S Kidd md loote ire the favorites of the Calgary claim that the game went beyond the time stipulated bj a period ot three! mmul-s and it was. m this time that .Taher made tlic score a tic. V patron of all the gaims here and a .witness at .the game .yesterday says it was unsurpassed by any-thing .he this season. slnS les a tional League with 318 hen u kvi Gnnt New "Vork 312 11 lion Brooklvn; .330 Becker, .330: livrne, Philadelphia, .MS; Ma- gee, Philadeljihia, .310 .New lork 310 Wingo I oais 1 Louis 310 I 'i'l n f i Daubert J0 Magce eago 301 as though one or the othci u100kljn s 01 in club batting LCk Of CANADIAN- LEAGUERS PLAYED FOURTEEN-1NNING GAME WITH ATHLETICS Aug. 12. The in- the -Canadian Brantford, Brants, league, -gave :the -Phi tatics the surprise of their lives in .270, and New York nest with dson but plaung with the Cdmon ton tfim fci the provincial tit'e In the double the wise ones look for m mtcrcih battle with Toole and Francis of Calgary meet- and' 5 James, Boston, a, and .265. Herzog, Cincinnati, leads in stolen ttith -eight pitch- ers, Mathewson1, 'New York, with 13 NATIONAL St. Louis ,2, Neiv York 3. -Chicago' 4, Brooklyn 1. Cincinnati at Boston, rain. Pitlsburg at, Philadelphia, grounds. AMERICAN Cleveland 5, Chicago 3. Only game in American. FEDERAL PittsbuVg 1. Brooklyn 5( St. Louis S. Buffalo 0, Indianapoiis 2. Only gamee in 1 ederal. CANADIAN London 0, 1 lioraas 1. Ottawa 2, Peterboro 9. Eric at Brahtford, postponed. mg Black and Guillen ot Cdmonton Mrs I ocb 01 oledicinc IHt has ben winning conbistenth and is now a favorite for the ladies' champion- ship. The mixed doubles are an open ques- i'tioh and with several strong pairs entered, there rwill. be a merry defphfa. AthMfor tflo honors in th s duision exhibition game here today; 3 to 2. Connie Mack- was on hand with his regular team, including the famous infield. Score: Phil. 100.100 000 000 0 3 7 3 Brant ..200 000 000 000 2 8 4 f and Thomas, Tay lor. Chase and.Licroix, NEW CANADIAN TENNIS CHAMPIONS ARE KNOWN Toronto Ont in the: Canadian championship meeting.w.ere decided as follows Men's championship .verauB Shefweil, won by Sherwell, Ca- nadian champioji; best1 three out of five, of ladies' Bickle and-Miss-Best. I Finals, ladies' Bickle j von In two'straight Bete, Men's -doubles, and Bherwell Versus Burns and Roas, won by former One of the icaturc tanies of A L, Nash of Eilmtmton over" II Loeb of Medicine Hat. The Medicine Hat man .took the first set 6 to I but plavcd a strong gitne m the next two scU and won and ThV semi-finals will- .be wh n today's diaw is completed and piou led the fine weather continues the fipais should all be In Sat 'unlay Several of yesterday's games', w'cnt .'by default because'ot the tardiness of some 01 uit i M MI putting m an appearance at the time they drawn to play LOOK HERE 10 GET YOUR APPLICATION IN FOR BOXING 4. TOURNEY The latest entry for the Southern Alberta amateur box: "from Nobleford. Urban Parr.has made application for entrance into-the lightweight class. He -weighs 130 pounds En trance; forms are no'w print- ed nnti ready to fill in. Boxers for the tournament can- get v them from Tom Lush or. the Sporting department of the Herald. The tournanient is booked for Labor Day night, at the Majestic Theatre, in all probability. Get your application in now The weights" are: Bantam, light, welter; middle and heavyweight. If necessary a special weight'or two will be added. FOOTBALL LEAGUE MEETING There w-ili be a meeting of the City Football 'je'ague, in the parlors of the Y.M.C.A. this evening, immediately af- ter the match, between North Leth- bridge and Shamrcks. NO BASEBALL MATCH TOMORROW NIGHT The Macleod Baseball club will not play -here tomorrow night, as formerl> s'jated. There .is a big wrestling match" In Macleod tomorrow night, in ;which the hall players are more in- terested than In coming here to play S. O. E. FOOTBALL CLUB Every player is requested to be on hand at the Y. JI. C. A. tomorrow ev eniug at 7 o'clock .for traihiiig S.S. BASEBALL LEAGUE The game postponed May Iff in the intermediate 3. S. league between "Wesley and Knbx will be played off next Tuesday evening at the Barracks. St. Andrew's have' won two games and lost- one, and Wesley and ivuox have lost one and won one apiece. .The winner of .the game next Tuesday will play oft with St. Andrew's .for the championship. Teams must be on the ground at G.30 sharp, or game is liable to be default- ed Doak, St. Louis, 11 and 4, are ahead 6EAIS RIVERS New Yorker Has Best of Every Round After Tenth Los Aiigeles, Cal., Aug., one of the Hardest fought contests wit- nessed a.t the Vernon arena in raanj months, Leach -Cross of -New York was -awarded the decision over .foe Rivers of Los Angeles at the end of their twenty-round fight tonight.. Cross had every round after tenth, Rivers fought 'stubbornly. His lip was cut. in the fifth round, .and gave much trouble during the latter part ot the contest. The local fighter had the better of but four rounds in the early part.of the bout. AM. ASSOCIATION Milwaukee'1 17, SI. Paul 8. Cleveland 0, Indianapolis 3. LomsMlle 6, Coliurbux 9. Kansas ti, Alniueapolis 2f INTERNATIONAL Buffalo 0, Newark 8. (First Buffalo 2, Newark 1. (2nd Rochester Jersey City 2. Toronto-Baltimore first game post- poned ra n, Toronto 4, Baltimore 5. (2nd game) Montreal-Providence, wet grounds. WESTERN CANADA PUAYEl) A TIE Aug i2. The Broiiks one ot their few good games ind thcv d d not win, tlicy did not lose, ind spectators saw good lasebdll The Bronks hit hard enough to win but specldcular support by Hatters kept the score even. Medicine Hat 3 6 0 Calgan 3 11 1 Loud, .and Bliss; Hynes and Heeler PLYtia TWO GOOD ONES RejjmR Aug pirn breik o! a doubl" header resulted in sood carafs Kallio kept hits scattered in th' first while Stis tno bagger with two nn cinched the second game for the Rod Sox. Saskatoon I 3 C Pegini 07-1 Kallio and Walters M Bottorft and Saskatoon CALL OFF RACE FOR AMERICAN CUP FOR A YEAR SUGGESTED New York, N.Y., Aug. view of the' grave, conditions in Europe, the New York Yacht club does not con- sider it proper for the races for the America's cup to be held this October G. A. Cormack, the club secretary, so cabled today to H. L. Garrett, of. the Kegina i Collins and Walters Berger Harris. 7 3 7 I and Edmonton-Moose failed to ar- rive in time for game. NATIONAL Arc You Billiout ____ subject to biliousness, the liver it employed in getting nd of excesgive quantities of certain ingredients, and when nick Keadache is produced by the retention of bile in the blood Isnp'a Fru t a simple but definite'action on the liver, by wSich the secretion of bile is regulated. It rids the the excess bilft cAtnes off alt the impurities, cleansing snd purifying the system be safely taken any time by young or old. Order a bottle TO-DAY from your dealtr, Prtpared only by I. C.ENO, LU., "FirtSih" EiilsaJ Royal c'lster Yacht club, through which Sir Thomas Lipton sent -his challenge. T-his cablegram, in -re- sponse to one received from Air Gar rett on Sunday suggesting a iiostpone- riient of, the races, until next year, :t war was still in progress" a nionlh af- ter the date originally: set, is: the lat- est of a series of "cable messages ex- changed between the clubs here and in Belfast, Ireland, and 'between the Yicht club and Sir Thomas Lmton leading up to what Is expect ed 'to be an agreement to defer the yachting event until next year. Air. Cormack has a cable reply. SIR THOMAS MVKLS Sir" Thomas Liplon had .cabled from london unrior date of August 6 this qnerj 'In view of serious war eruditions, if I can communicate with Erin, will your committee kindly allow; Erin to tow Shamrock remaining distance I ndcr the conditions of the deed of I gift of th: America's clip the chall-l cnging yacht must cross the ocean j under sails. H is assumed) here th.it Sir Thomas fearwl'that.thc! Shamrock during a slow trip under j I h l own sills might be caplured b) I warships' hostile to England. The Shamrock was well on he-r toi the Imitcil States when '.ir Thomas' rcqu st rLCCHcd The'New York Yacht club .replied tluit the committee representing the >ork Yitht club did not pns scss authority to change the deed of i 1 he message today, however, ex- pi a nul tin, attitude o! the dub BIG PRICE FOR FIELDER Milwaukee, AIM. Fclch of tho Milwaukee association baseball team, was sold on Saturday TO Uic Chicago American league 'for f cash and an inflelder and outfielder. Fold! Is to finish, the.sea- son In Milwaukee. New- York- Boston Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Cincinnati Brooklyn Pittsbiirg 10 54 48 65 50 47 52 47. S4 44 53 55 .593 .524. ..124 .475 .45-1 .439 AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston Washington Detroit Chicago St. Louis New York Cleveland (17 .34 58 45 55 47 53 51 53, 54 50 52 46 58 34 75 .6113 .563 .539 .510 .495 .490 .442 .310 Max' Nordau says that sport is the world's ruling passion, but it is evi- dent Max hasn-t examined the base- hall attendance reports, this year. Wolfe's Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps (HOLUNOa fllN) -J r the most healthful spirit ob- tainable, and the very best stimulant for genera! use, A.s a pick-me-up diges- tive Wolfe's Schnapps is opportune, exercising the moit beneficial effect1 upon the kidneys and other organs. War Flashes sloop Algprlne was sppken to yoBterdiiy afternoon off Cape Men- docto by American coaster Weaver. Algerlne was stripped for action. 'For God's gald the AJgerine's captain on parting, "don't tell the Leipsic; we're too small." A score ot Austrlans anrl Italians were arrented at Quebec while at- tacking the sentinels in charge of the dynamite store of hens dry dock. It is feared they Intend to blow up the dock. The War Office bureau late yester- day handed out the following official statement The whole 26 German army corps have been located. They arp mussing on" the Meuse north of Uege, iflci spreading out into fan- The number ot German troops known to 'be on the western aide of that country proves that in the east, theatre of war the Russo-Crerman frontier, so far as Germany IB concerned, is compara- tively lightly guarded unless by re- servists. The French war office- yesterday afternoon issued a statement that no serious encounters with the Germans had as yet heen reported. The town of Muelhausen in Alsace was evacu- ated by the French after they had de- stroyed the German intelligence bur- eau. "Our strategic position is ex- the statement concluded. The Germans claim to have gained a great victory at Muelhausen Ing to the lone Berlin dispatch came through. late yesterday. The German American League ifc Detroit, strong, has sent a pro- test to President Wilson that extra- ordinarily large shipments of Ameri- can coal are being made to Canada, and they believe this to be against the nation's declaration of neutrality. A Copenhagen dispatch says that the German torpedo boat destroyer reported sunk on .August 5 was really destroyed by a mine laid by a Ger- man ship. The Italian ambassador in Paris posted a notice yesterday to the ef- fect that Italy would remain neutral during the war, and was no canse for Italians living in France to grow alarmed. The German general staff in Liege in installed in the Convent oE the Sacred Heart, strongly barricaded. They are laying In supplies lest they become the besieged instead of the besiesers. i1 A Montreal Star dispatch states that the Germans who invaded France in the departments of the Jleuse and Moselle have been driven across the border. The French captured S guns, three heavy pieces of artillery ,and three rapid firing guns at Mangien ries. f A British warship was sighted yes- terday afternoon off Portland, Maine, chasing a German steamer which was heading for the three-mile limit. The Hner Petsia, a British steam- ship of the Pacific Mail Steamship Co., would not sail ow- ITIE; tn the'presence of German war- ships in the Pacific. The Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co of America, yesterday addressed a protest to President Wilson regard- ing tli? censorship of its messages. All messages for'Turkey must be prepared in. French only. Admiral Craddpck of the Suffolk, announces that Western At-lanlie-wa- ters are not safe for British and neu- tral shipping. Five British warships .arc now located in those waters. (They arc the Suffolk, Craddock's flag- the' the Berwick, the Bristol and the Essex. The Duke, of Connaught suggested yesterday that a fund for the famil- ies of those serving in the Canadian I Spend Your Vacation at I i Only one Frederick V11I. sailed from New York tot Europe Distributers. Hudson's Bay Company For Freckled. Tanned, Ked or Wrinkled Skin .lust beneath that 7icOkled. tanned or reddened complexion, there's an ev qulsltely. beautiful skin of youthfu tint and delicacy. If; you could only bring this complexion to the .surface discarding the one! You the easiest, simplest, mas natural manner Imaginable. Just, gc at any .drug store an .ounce of.ordin ary mercolized, nightly like cold .cream, removing it mornihgt with warm water The assist Nature by gradually peeling oCt the lingering particles of scorched ant half-dead surface skin, causing discomfort, whatever. Cutaneous de fects like pimples, blotches, .live spots, moth' patches; freckles, course disappear, with.Uhe ;old skin Nothing else- will 'accomplish sucl wonderful res.ults 'in.-s'o -short a tlmt Pine lines and" even Deeper wrin kles often appear at this season. In such cases 'nothing 'Is .better' than face bath hiado >by dissolving 1 oz. saxollte In 'e, witoh hazel. This ii remarkably ctfecttvt i i HEWARD THE CORRECT SOLUTION OF THE ir it ir The Second Episode, consisting of Two Big Reels showing TONIGHT ONLY ALSO Keystone Comedies AND Big Attractions if Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer Resort, .with 18 miles of Navigable Water for !A Launches and Kow Boats Good Trout Rates and Fishing per day Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel Stage lea> es Xing ard Hotel at Pin- clier Creek every morning for the lakes. -C GERMAN CABLES DOWN MESSAGES ARE CENSORSD New York, N.Y., Aug. is very desirable that it be made plain to all. readers; of Associated Press papers that, since ,the cables to Germany have been cut, nothing but aa exceedingly meagre service through London is possible from any points within either German, tile Russian or ff Austro-Hnngarian empires. And even these dispatches are very rigorously censored by the Bri- tish authorities. The reports -fr from -Prance and Belgium are all subject to like government- al supervision. RAYMOND'S PUBLIC SCHOOL STAFF, Raymond, Aug.' School Board completed-their, teach- ing staff Eor the school opening oh, August 31, and Is now as follows, and will probably show about the .order named in the grades Lucy G Fair of Nanaimo, B.C.; Viola Allen of: Ray- mond, Hattie' Dudley of. Raymond; Marion Stenhbuse of South Indian, Ont B B Martin of .Mayton, Alta I. SteDhouse, of South Indian, Ont; Pern Redd John; Blackmore, B A of CardBton Meirin T King ot Raymond, and B H Smith of Raymond. The) services of Lynn Gibb of Magrath, are also secured for instruction in Town Marshal 1 S Heggie was appointed truant of- ficer, and C. ETenson le be re- tained as Janitor. t torcc be started. A meeting to fur- ther the suggestion will be held at an early date. B.1 A. Wyndham, ol Gleichcn, u.. ot the late .Colonel offers o raise and equip with' horses and iMouircmcnts 50 mounted infantry [or service wherever required: The lender was made to Colonel Hughes C. J. Briij7, mayor of Gleichen: The enlistment of po- lice for London has commenced. Uni- versity men; brokers, bank clerks, men of all classes propcaStol join. .Cyril Maude, Sir Herbert Beer- bohm Tree and Sir George Alexander organizing- the actors, while Vis- count Goschen heads' the bankers: will guard the waterwc-rks, rail1 way 'tunnels, etc relieving the ter- ritorials for more work JOach man will-he on duty four hours each day. A special patrol motor- boats which have been loaned by own- ers-will pelice the Thames. COBB WON'T -JUMP" TO FEDS Detroit Star Com tract Detroit, Mich., Aug. Cobb, ceutrefielder of the Detroit Am- erican league team, today set at rest reports" that he Intended Juaplng to the. .Federal league, by signing a. con- tract to irtay three more years with the Tigers. The contract does not contain the maligned ten-day clause. Neither does Jt-'carry an. Increase in .his salary, Which la said to a year. The contract under nhich Cobb is -ow plavlng contains .this clause but It -will expire at the ond of the present Reason. When Cobb completes the three sea (ions for ho has-Just signed, he will have played thirteen years with' Detroit. DR. BRUCE LEAVES MACLEOD Macleod, Alta, Aug T C. Bruce, who has been a resident of Macleod for msny jears past, left this to tike up his lesldence in Cal- gary During his residence m the town the Doctor always took a prom- inent Interest in the doings of town and for many years has oeen a _, member of the School Board and tha Board of Trade Dr Bruce was an old and prominent member of the" Macleod club, and aa slight recog! nition of his services to this institu- tion he was presented with a hand some piece of jewelry b} the mem- bers of this club How to Destroy the Dandruff Germ BY A SPECIALIST That the dandruff germ is respon- sible for nearly all ther diseases to which the scalp.is heir, as well as for. baldness and premature gray hair, is; a well known fact, but when we real- ize that'It Is also- Indirectly sible for many other diseases ai well, we appreciate the importance of. an" agent that will destroy its poner We are therefore, particularly pleased to gue herewith the prese-iptlon which an eminent scientist states he lias after repeated tests, to com pletel> dcstro; the dandruff germ in from one to three applications It will also almost Immediately stop fall- ing hair and It has in numerous cases produced a new hairgrowth after years ot partial baldness This pres- cripuou can bo made up at home, or any druggist will ft up for sou 6 ounces Bay Rum 2 ounces de Composee, one half drachm Men tliol Crystals Mix and after standing an hour it la ready for use Apply night and morning, rub- bing into the scalp with the linger-1 lips. If you wbh It perfumed, add 1 drachm your favorite perfume, this preparation Is dje It unequalled for restoring gray hair to its ;